Stefano Patri

University of Rome I

Piazzale Aldo Moro, 5

Rome, 00185

Italy

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Optimal Correction of the Public Debt and Fiscal Resilience Measures

CEIS Working Paper No. 479
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 29 Apr 2020
Barbara Annicchiarico, Fabio Di Dio and Stefano Patri
University of Rome, Tor Vergata - Department of Economics and Finance, European Union - JRC-Ispra, European Commision and University of Rome I
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Debt-to-GDP Ratio, Optimal Control, Fiscal Consolidation, Resilience

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Differential Game Approach for International Environmental Agreements with Social Externalities

Number of pages: 27 Posted: 23 Aug 2015
Lina Mallozzi, Stefano Patri and Armando Sacco
University of Naples Federico II - Faculty of Economics, University of Rome I and University of Naples Parthenope - Department of Management Studies and Quantitative Methods
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Differential Games, self-enforcing agreements, Social Externalities, asymmetric players

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International Environmental Agreements with Social Externalities: A Global Emissions Game with Asymmetric Players

Number of pages: 22 Posted: 23 Aug 2015
Lina Mallozzi, Stefano Patri and Armando Sacco
University of Naples Federico II - Faculty of Economics, University of Rome I and University of Naples Parthenope - Department of Management Studies and Quantitative Methods
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Global Emission Games, self-enforcing agreements, Social Externalities, asymmetric players

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The Simple Analytics of Neoclassical Growth with Migration

Government of the Italian Republic (Italy), Ministry of Economy and Finance, Department of the Treasury Working Paper No. 9
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 29 Nov 2011
Luca Correani, Fabio Di Dio and Stefano Patri
Università degli studi della Tuscia, Sogei S.p.a. and University of Rome I
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migration, domestic consumption, growth